White Mulberry Tree – Morus Alba
While the tree is called White because of the color of the Blooms but the tree also produces white berries.
In the wild it produces berries that can be deep purple, but in many cultivated plants it varies from white to pink to dark red to even black.
White mulberry fruits are generally very sweet but often lack the tartness of the other two Mulberries.
The white mulberry is quite tolerant of drought, pollution and poor soil.
The white mulberry tree is the most cold-hardy of the three species Red, White and Black it is able to go down to sub freezing temperatures.
Primarily cultivated in Southeast Asia for raising and feeding silkworms.
Reptile owners use it to feed their silkworms which, in turn, feed their reptiles.
These trees we sell are between 12″ to 24″ tall and are shipped in the 4″ pots you see in the photos and are ready for transplanting.